A workplace discussion
There’s a lot of uncertainty right now. Uncertainty is stressful. This article is intended to bring a greater level of understanding and certainty to an area that we believe will be increasingly important over coming weeks: your employment rights. The broader economic picture is looking bleak. As of the end of May, the Government is
letter of wishes
When it comes to forward planning, producing a will tends to be the main item on one’s ‘to-do’ list. A will is an extremely valuable document, and in it you can detail posthumous intentions – such as what you’d like to leave to your nearest and dearest when you pass away. However, a will is

Meet the Team: Pauline McArdle

At Bellevue Law, we believe that any firm is only as good as its staff – and we’re fortunate to have an exceptional team! We hope you enjoy getting to know them. This week we’re sitting down with Pauline McArdle, one of our expert solicitors, to learn a little bit about her background, life experiences,
Supporting tech and challenger firms
With our extensive experience in the technology sector, Bellevue Law is uniquely placed to support founders, investors and their senior management teams through the highs of growth-based recruitment and the challenges of redundancies and legal disputes. Why do tech companies choose to work with Bellevue Law? First, because we understand what it is to be a
Making a will during social distancing COVID-19
Undeniably, these are unprecedented and challenging times; and, as such, it’s perhaps no surprise that demand for wills is soaring. However, with many people now self-isolating and everyone practising social distancing, the technical aspects of will-making present more of a challenge. It’s important to note that such challenges are tricky but not insurmountable. Should you
What is the Future Fund?
On Monday, 20 April, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a new £1.25bn package to protect the UK’s most ‘innovative firms’ during the Coronavirus pandemic, including the Future Fund. The measures are aimed at protecting businesses ranging from technology to life sciences, helping them to get through the Covid-19 crisis and continue to play a part in
Working from home
On Friday 27 March 2020, our founder Florence Brocklesby took part in a Coronavirus Legal Q&A webinar hosted by Stephenson Law. The webinar covered a range of urgent legal issues arising from the current emergency, including the government’s Job Retention and Self-Employment Income Support Schemes, rights and obligations of landlords and tenants and the impact
At an uncertain time for clients, colleagues and our community, we are continuing to monitor and implement government advice in relation to COVID-19/Coronavirus.

When to Instruct Bellevue Law

A safe pair of hands: Bellevue Law on lower-cost, high-quality dispute resolution. Bellevue Law’s founder Florence Brocklesby and colleagues Oliver Stokes and Alexandra Key talk about the firm’s litigation practice and working in partnership with larger firms for the benefit of their clients and contacts. We regularly receive referrals of dispute resolution matters from lawyers